And this is how close they are, MIL's bike, our stroller... ya get it.
Here's a further away view
Making an excuse as to why I was taking photos was interesting, I had to say my family are interested in Japanese houses! I have to laugh, or I might just cry. As I said before, good days and bad days.
Today was a bit of a bad day, possibly TMI but I was up on and off all night last night with little Ashton and his amazing vomit so when I sleepily stumbled to the toilet this morning and let out an extraordiarily loud fart I certainly didn't expect my brother-in-law to burst out laughing.
Red-faced, I quickly jumped on the internet and explored the option of us moving back to Aussie, where neighbours are at least a fart away!
Happy effing Monday! Hope you all have a good week!
I luv you darling for being honest about letting ONE RIP-- OH MY GOSH, that is so funny, so hilarious that I nearly spewed OJ threw my nose.....ReplyDelete
What a Monday, eh?
Girl Japan~ The day actually improved after that! I suppose it was a pretty bad start so it had to get better! hehe honesty is the best policy I say... well, actually I don't know when it comes to passing wind...ReplyDelete
muhahahahahahaha! Had to laugh about the fart story. LOLReplyDelete
I am living with the in-laws now- so I can feel your pain. I dont mind living close, but I want to be at least a short walk away!
yay! house piccies!!ReplyDelete
you guys really do live close... it shocked the crap out of me when I was visiting and all of a sudden Ryota's little bro was there standing next to us!! lol
weeks almost over luv!! (hugs)
Lulu~ Right!? A stroll at least! Good luck living with the in-laws, the only good thing about living with them is you appreciate not living with them when you move! haha.ReplyDelete
Sara~ I know, the little bastard pops up out of nowhere ALL THE TIME! hehe. I'm glad you've witnessed how close it is, people don't believe it when I tell them!